Content creators shift into high gear to help Ida recover

Creators of content on apps like TikTok and Facebook are now using their platform to help the state recover from Hurricane Ida. In some areas that still lack power, people are turning to social media for comfort and information. Two comedians went from jokes to recovery efforts. DJ Rhett and …

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What’s on Daniel Radcliffe’s shelves?

You can tell a lot about a person by the things they have on their shelves. Whether it’s a favorite book, an old-fashioned family portrait, a lucky charm, or a memento of a treasured keepsake, the items we display around the world say something. thing about who we are, who …

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Scoop: Behind Manchin’s $ 1.5 trillion reconciliation limit

Senator Joe Manchin (DW.V.) has privately warned the White House and Congressional leaders that he has specific political concerns about President Biden’s $ 3.5 trillion social spending dream – and he will support it as little as $ 1 trillion – Hans d’Axios Nichols gets bail. At most, it is …

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Businesses remain silent on new Texas abortion law

Some Silicon Valley tech companies also started speaking out on Friday. Lyft chief executive Logan Green said the company will pay the legal fees for any driver who is prosecuted under the law. “TX SB8 threatens to punish drivers who get people where they need to go – especially women …

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